Harris County GOP Chair: Biden Plans to Destroy Houston Jobs, Economy, and Energy Security On Day One of Presidency
At a Time When Texans are Struggling, Biden Campaign Says He Would 'Proudly' Rescind Permit to Stop Keystone XL PipelineRead more
Harris County Republican Party Response to County Officials Dismissing Election Integrity and Security in the November Election
Harris County Officials Spend $31 Million in Taxpayer Dollars on Election, Ignore Evidence and Affidavits of Potential Election Fraud and IrregularitiesRead more
Texas Republicans are taking the fight to Georgia!
Here is a list of ways you can help Georgia and keep the U.S. Senate Red:
1) Deploy to Georgia to block walk for candidates!
Mighty Texas Strike Force is deploying to Georgia December 27/28 - January 1. Click here to sign up or contact Rhonda Lacey, Rhonda.Lacy@mightyamericanstrikeforce.org, for more information.
2) Help from your own home!
We are in great need of volunteers to phone bank, send text messages, write postcards, and spread awareness on social media. Click here to sign up.
If you are interested in supporting with a donation, checks can be made to the Republican Party of Texas - Strike Force (indicate MTSF-Georgia on memo) Republican Party of Texas - P.O. Box 2206, Austin, Texas 78768. Click here to donate online.
HOUSTON, Texas – The Harris County Republican Party held a special meeting Monday evening and Precinct Chairs elected Cindy Siegel as County Chair to replace the current vacancy. Previously, Siegel has served in leadership roles with the Harris County Republican Party, including as Vice Chair and Treasurer, and has also held various leadership positions with Republican Women’s clubs, including as President of Greater Houston Council of Republican Women and as President of Magic Circle Republican Women’s Club. Siegel is a CPA and the former Mayor of the City of Bellaire, Texas.Read more
All election PJS, AJs and Poll Watchers for the November 3, 2020 Election
When: December 16, 2020 from 7:00 p.m. till 9:00 p.m.
Where: HCRP HQ Main Meeting Room
2501A Central Parkway, Suite A-11, 77092
Sponsor: HCRP Ballot Security CommitteeRead more
Even though we didn't win any new seats in Harris County we were able to keep what we had. With one Republican house seat lost and one Republican house seat won, Harris County numbers stayed the same. It is not what we hoped for but for the first time in six years we didn't lose any ground. We were also able to keep Texas Red and that is because of the hard work from candidates, grassroots and energized voters. Even those candidates that didn't win their race helped keep Texas Republican for two more years. Thank you all for the long hard hours and dedication to our Republican values.
Job is contacting voters in two NW Harris County state representative districts (132 and 138) and talking with them about supporting our Republican candidates; social distancing protocols are followed. Pay is $18 per hour with overtime for 40+ hours. For details, please contact Ryan Cahill with Camelback Strategies at 612-741-5220 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.